WONDERLAND AVENUE is the careering autobiography of someone who wilfully, skilfully and enthusiastically abused all the cards that life dealt.
Danny Sugerman managed The Doors and Iggy Pop. He died in 2005.
``This achingly forthright account of heroin addiction and the madness of the L.A. rock-and-roll scene fairly crackles with reality,'' maintained PW. Sugerman ( No One Here Gets Out Alive ) tells of his well-heeled yet troubled childhood and of his association, which began when he was 12, with the rock group The Doors and its leader, Jim Morrison. (Feb.)